I'm an INFJ according to the last Meyers Briggs type personality test I took. I'm a seeker, a wayfarer and an old soul. I find these tests help me learn about myself and to "monitor" myself.
I take these tests regularly...to satisfy my own curiosity. Why? I feel it's important to constantly and consistently reflect on who we are, where we come from and where we're going...
For the bulk of my adult life, my wanderlust led me to spend many years living in various parts of the US, primarily Colorado, North Carolina and California...to return home to Ohio.
After spending the last 5+ years trying to "grow my career," I am working towards making the transition from climbing the corporate ladder to homesteading and becoming a farmer.
I have met and dated several people through this site and am in the process of developing what could likely be a wonderful friendship. I enjoy dating and sharing life experiences with different people of like mind.
At this point in my life, I'm not interested in committing to any one person - but am also not going to rule it out, either. I'm looking for more than simply "casual sex" - for I seek a true cerebral connection in addition to the physical connection.
I find it difficult to be "turned on" unless my mind is activated. I don't need liquor or bars to be socially lubricated, but I still enjoy fine craft beers or good liquors, especially a fine whiskey.
My "life plans" dramatically changed in early October. Following a multi-day camping and backpacking trip in Utah, I spent 4 days in the hospital ER and Intensive Care Unit.
These days, I often find myself looking at life with a different perspective...one even more different than that which I had prior to the incident in early October.
Regardless, major life events such as recovery from an ICU stay seems to be impacting the way in which I see the world and the way in which I choose to live my life...for it may end anytime.
I'm very grateful and try to simply take it one day at a time.